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BEliNG det roi-ted to sell off hlis. Sto--k of
REDUCED PRICES, and respectfu
to buy -Goods8 Cheap, to give him a caill.
Rich Plaid and BROCADE SILKS,
Elegant Chrystal Palace DRESSES,
Fine Embroidered Merino ROBES,
Rich Figured Oriental DRESSES,
F:e e and English MERENOS,
Plain and figured AL'ACCAS,
French and Eiglish DELAINES,
A larure and splendid ansortment MAN
TILLAS, SACKS and SHAWLS,
Together with a large asmortment of Goods si
g First Dry Gouds Store below the Un
JanuarY 8 3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN HILL,Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, R. P. Brunson, hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singuilar the goods and chattles, rights
and credits of Malachi Brunson, late of the
District, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and adinonish.
all anli singular. the kindred and creditors of
the said deceamsed, to he and appear before ie
at our next Ordinary's Court t'or the said Dis
trict, to he hohhln :t Edgelield Court louse
on the 19th day of Jiannary in-st.. to show
cause, if any. why the said adininistration
abould not be granited.
Given under my liand:md seal, this the 5th
day of January in the year of our Lord one
thouts:ind eiglit hunidred and fft-one, and in
the seventy-sixth year of American Indepen
dene. JON HILL, o. E. D.
Jan 8 2t 51
STA'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas James Jones and Joseph J. Ken
nedy has applied to me for 1etters of Ad
ministration, on all and singular the goods
and chattles, rights and credits of Hleiry
Shultz, late of the District aforesaid, dee'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased,to be and appear before me
at our next Ordinary's Cour: for thesaid Dis
triet, to be iolden t Edgefield Couit House
on the 23rd day of January, inst.. to show
cause. if any, why the said administration
should not fe gr;nited.
Given un-ler nIV hand and seal, this the
7th day of January%, in the year of our Lord
one thin;isd eiglit hnndred and fifty-one,
and in the 77th year of American nd4epen
dence. JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
. Jan 8 2t 51
TANNER, quilified to conduet the husi
'. n's of a yard in all the imysteries of the
art.-Non'e need aipply exceiti'ng those free
from dlisaipatio~n. Thme tsubscribers umy be foendI
at their residlence foaur oar five milies above Green
wood, Abbeville llistrict. .
.Jan S st 51
A LL~ Peram-as indebht--d to thme e~tate of Mrs.
. Mary Stroim, de'd., will make immredliate<
paymient, "and' those ha~ving demands against saidI
esitte witl present thmm-m properly attested. as I !I
am determnined to settls the estate without delay.!l
S. C. STIIOM, Admn'r. 1
r piiE Copartnership heretoafre existinC undler
tenamew anid tirm of R. M. Fat.i.a & Co ,
is tis day diss-olvedl by mnutuald consent. ThIere
fore, ali thiose indm.et to. the conern are re
guested to come fortcard immediately aind cloRc
Rt. M. VITLL.ER.
JOilN IE. L t WlS,
N. 1[. CH ASE.
January 1, 1852. ti ro
5O TONS of the buest Pernvian Guanmo, of
e)the latest importatmitm and direct fronm tihe
Agent. The quality wvarrante.
The- effect of this Manure in increasing the
prodiuctiomn of Coitton, itie,. Corn, Wheat, and
ahnlumut every vegetabmle stubstaneo,-the great
savin! uof tiame and labmor in its apmplicatio'n, ren'
de'rs it womrthy of trial to all Planters and Far
m--rs who have not yet usedl it.
iFor sale mi lots to suit pnrehasere, by
1R11 TT & 1R0l;SON.
No. 1, Atlantie-Whiarf, Charlestonm,S. C.
Jan 1 3t 501
T H E Credios and Debtors of the' estate of
Mrs. Mtary Carroll, dlee'.,. are reqtested
the former to present their deminais in dmuu fortn,
and the latter to imake paynment forthwith to
J. P. CARROLL, Ex'or.
Jan 1 6t 50
U.\RDIANS and TR USTEES arc hereby
n notified to make the'ir annual returns to mec
on or before the first of March next.
A. SI'ttKINS, C. E. R. D.
Conmmr. Oflie, J1 i. 1, 1t852 9t 50
A LL those indecbted to thme estate of JTohn R.
. 5eott. dee'd., are requiredl to nmake imnme
diate pavment, and those having demands to
presenlt them properly attested.
~FRED)EJUCK T EMPLES, Admi'r.
Dec 29 4t 56.
A LiL thiose indebted to the estate Charles B.
L..ean, dee'd., are required to make pay
mecnt, and those having demands to present themi
M. W. LILES, )
A. NIN, Ad'rs.
E~. P. IIOLLOWAY.
Dec 18 4it 48
J AND WARR~ANTS for Stephen W. Mays,
J Sampson B. Mays. Luke Tayhor, Giles I).
Mimns, William Roswell, .Caleh Corley, WV. F.
Paushi, Nanev G. Freeman, Lunke Corley, .Johmn
Csox, John 'M. Simmis and Wesley Merchant,
have been left with ine for delivery by A. M.:
The Chiimaats are requested to call for the m
in. p-.rson. . W. P. BUTLER.
dJan I tf 50
* Last Notice.
A LL those iindebted to II. i. lill, are re
quested to iiake payment on or before tl-e
l 0th .Janiuary next, as loiiger inmdulgence canntot
be given. Aein.
Dec 15 4t 48
Edgefield Male Academy,
A TEACIIER is wanted to take charge4
the Edgeieldi Male Academy. The appi
cant must be a TEACIIER by PROFESSION
one who is experience in his business, and ana
ply qualified for preparing young men for th
South Carolina College. To a man of suitabl
qualifications, the place offers many inducement
Address the Trutstees.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
JOHN HAUItKETT, I
R. T. MDilS.
Nov 28 tf 45
T H1S Institution, situated at Camp TButlei
one mile from Liberty Hill, Edgefield Dih
triet, will be opened for the reception of Stu
dents on the third Monday of Jannuary 1852.
Mr. G(IoF.am GALI'msIN, whose energy an
ability in the discharge of the duties of his pra
fession we enn very confidently recommendi
having employed hii for six years, will continu
Rector of the Academy.
The Trustees pledge themselves to put dowi
and keep down all pinees of dissipation and vi
cious resort in the neighbourhood of the Acad
In introducing our Academy to public notice
we flatter ourselves that we are offering induce
ments-in Instructor-in nians of instruetion
and in accommodation for students, worthy e
Tuition, Course of Studies, &c.
Drtiography, Reading. Writing, Arithmetic
and Primary Geogrnpty, with use of Maps
hildren under ten years of age, per Session o
5 months.........................$C Of
Youths over ten years,............... 8 0(
ENGLISO CouRsE--Two CLAssEs.
First Class.-Geomgrnply and lHistory, Ancien
and Modern, Eiglish Grammar anii ietorie
Arithmetic and Introdluction to Algebra, pei
Session...................... sio 0(
Sccond Class.-Logic, Mathematics and
Physical Sciences............. ... 12 0(
Enibrnees all the studies necessary fir adinissior
ito the .Tunior Class of lieS. C. College, 15 0(
The Student is elarged from the date of en.
ranee to end of the Sesson.
N-. deductions for lost time, unless caused b3
ickness of at least one week's duration.
Board--every thing found, except lights-ent
e readily obtained in respectable families eon.
!enient to the Academy at seven dollars pet
Board of Trusleeq.
A. T. TR AYLOR, President.
J. C. T.\LBERT, Vice-President.
,Apt. W. TIAani'os, L. A. Unooics, Esq.
4aj. W. Txm tRMAN, A. Rr.voius. Esq.
10o1T. ANnrassox, Esq. DANtIEL MiMon, Esq.
IV. F. Wiss,-j EqI. |G EO. G ALPI.rnx
Dec11 6t 47
3okesbury Female Institute,
'I IE above Institution will resume its opera
. tions for the next year on the first school.
lay in February. We feel ourselves fortunate
i -being able to secure the assistance of Mrs.
"EARD in the INsic1 departmIent. Site is AD
em .an1plishled, and e-sperienced instructress ol
nusic, both on the Pino and Guitir: and thou
lairons of the Sehomol nmy feel assureil that nic
nains wil; be spared to impart errect and useful
nstroction hotlh in the hlusieni and Literary De.
'artmients. Raites of Tuition as heretofore.
loardI fromt eight to ten domlars per muonth. For
ull partiemulars apply, for n circular, to
F. A. CONNORt, Principal.,
Dec. .18 4t 48
Wanting~ a Teacher
0 take charge ot the Plumnh Brunch Aca
kdemyv, situated in E.lgeticidl District.
It is requisite that the appilicant be a Southern
'entleimani, pireptaredl to give reference with re
nrd to morality, &c.--d uly qualified to teach the
Anguiages, togethemr with the various branches
f the Enagliih. Thle A endemy is situated in nt
iaithy portion of the lI istriet, and will open
n thme 1st Monday in Fe bruary, under the su
erintendance uof a Board of Trustees who, witb
le view ot obtaining a share of patronage, will
ednee the Tnition to the lowest rates, anid
>ledge themselves to give strict attention toward
he preservationm ol thme morals of students unider
heir enre. Board can be obtaiined convenient
o the Academy, at the low rates of SG per
tonath. For further information address either
f the Trustees, at Cairo Post Offie.
J1OIIN TO.\KINS, '
WM. C. ROH)B'RTS~ON,
ChIA RLES FR EE.\.N, ( :
JTA.MES A. T.\LIERT, I9
JIAMES BLACKWELLI. J
Dec 10, 1851 tf 47
SOUTH[ CAROLINA COLLEGIATE
kr BannA xvn LF, sitait ColetiA, S. C.
UDERt thme sole. and irmnllafe direction oi
Dr. EL A M RKS and LADY, who
rc rssidents ini the lustittute.
Dec 9, 6t 417
A duuinistrator's Sale.
B Y Virtue of on Order fron John Hill, Esq.,
Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shall pro
eed to sell at the late residence of John Schum-.
mrt, dee'd., on Saturany the I10th of Jantuary,
il the personal estate of said decensed, consist
THIRTEEN LIKELY NEORGES,
3rop) of Cotton, Corn and Fodder. Stock of Ilor.
est, Cattle and Hogs, Household and Kitece
urniture, Pluntation Tools, &c.
Terums made known on day of sale.
JESSE SCIlUMPERT, Admnr.
Dee 18 4t 48
ILL Persons itndebited to the estate of Olive
t . Towles, are requestedl to make immnedint
nymtent, and thiose ha~viing demiands against th
ame will render thenm in properly attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Admitiistrattor.
Oct. 9 tf 38
[\KEGS, assorted sizes, just received anm
JUi tr.which were purchased unsually
o v, and are offered for sale at ni small advance
y G. L. PENN, AaGE-r.
Dee 4 tf 46'
XLL~ persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs
STreacia Lowe, decensemd.narc requested ti
nake immediate paynient, and all persts hiavina
lenmands against said Estate, are also remquestet
:o present thema ncording to lawv.
HENRY KEY, Ex'or.
JTuly 10 6mn 25
A LL persons indebtcd to the estate of Henri
.Waldrum, dee'd., are requested to muak
imnmeudiate payment, and those having demand
ailI present them properly attested forthtwithi.
WM. WA LDRUM ,Adm'ir.
Dec 25 tf 49
A L~L Persons indebted to the subscriber ar
earnestly requested to makce payment du
ring thme month of January.
W. P. BUTLER.
.Jan 1 4t 50
t Y GOODS.
WVINTER GOODS, ofl'ersr them u.t greatly
Ily invites arll who visits the City and wish
h m are
Fine Welch -L \NNEL,
Red, Green a..d Yellow FLANNELS,
Woden uind Cotton HOSIERY,
SATENETTS, JANES and TWEEDS,
GINGH AM1, CA LICOS, and Shirtings,
8.4, 9-4 Duff. BLANKETS, very carp,
Good NEGRO CLOTH, att I2I ets pr yd.
ritable for the season.
ited States Hotel.
To the Public.
HODGES & FULLER INSTITUTES,
Mar. E. A. STEED, PrNcira,.
3Mn. J. 31. PELOT, G RADUArE OF' CITADE L
REv. T. J. PEARCE, A. 1B., PINe'Irar..
Miss 3M. CORN ELlA PEL.OT, AssIsTANT.
An accomplished Teacerr of Mlusic will be
Thre ablove named! are natives of the Southk.
rj' I lE exercises oif thiese Institutes will bere
Isumsedl sin Msindayr the. 12th of' January.
Thi.-se iunstitutions lavce hitherto rece~ivedl a
liberal patronage, anid tihe Trustees conruldently
appeal tss am initelligenat, mosral and religious pub
lie for its cortinrmere and increase.
Careanars will be issued in a few days contain
ing all nrecessary infiorratin.
W. P. ILL, See'y., B. T.
Greenwood, Dec 30 2tmn2 50
SOUTH CAROLINA FEMALE
COLLEGIA TE INSTITUTE.
EL.IAS MRARKS, Principal.
DEPAaRTMrENT OFPIISToRY AND ]SELLF.s LETTRF.P.
)ENJ A MIN MIL LER. A. D.-Departmnent1
I)of Ninthenaties arnd Natural Science.
31l0ns. V. II. IANET-Inrstructor of Frenelh,
Spaanishr anrd Italian Laniguage's.
Msin<. EUG PAE Dova L14.aEns-Instructor in
Drawint andi Painting.
W ar.Li.Mu H I. Onrcnano--Instructor in Mlusiec:
Pianho, lI trp and Guaitar, arid Vocal Mlusic in
D)r. CuanLnns ZrsitrA--Instruetor in In
strumersntal Muisie : Pianao.
If. E. VAA5 -instructor in Instrumental Mu
sic: Pianro, G;uitaar, nds harp.
3Miss SArrAnl S. W ArLrAC-Assistant intrure
sir in MSlaaaties, Compjosition, and Enaglishr
'3tisos Rsi7AN K ~snI:.Y--Assistanlt Irnstructor
n' English Btarnehi-s.
M iss Esm~i.v neAa DL.EY-AsistanTt Instructor an
(07 .\rrangemen~rts have been mnasde with Mfr.
X. .\. 1 lint. pruoprietor oft the U~nited States
[lstel. tsor thre conveyaance of patronis andi purpils
n than Institute, at the manst rmoderrats.elhargesr.
rhse who, comnet by tire Chairlutte Railroad carn
lands at thne Institute.]
Jan0 1 6t 50
[)WING tos thne high price of provisions, thre
fsilowinrg termis sof Boardinrg will be re'quiresd
it thes P'lanters Inotel fsor thre next year commaen
'ing thne first oft January.
innrrd arid lodsginre per month by thre year, $ 15.00
toardi withoutri Irdginig......... .....12,50
inardi andi lsodgingc by thre single monsath, IR,00
torsees, per mon~ith,.................15,00)
CP Roard wrill be requiredl tss be paid mionthaly.
This I Isiuse shall be kept in the bes~st oirdesr and
l'fleVy s55 rav ts give ge'nerali sastisfaction to all
r'ho may favor ine with their patrssaage. t
J. L. DOEY, Proprietor. r
D~ee 0 2t - 5
Granite,-ille Hotel. t
TISEstabulishrment isinow Va
e e can andwill be rentedtoaap
p. roved tenranrt. The house is in
-.gsood repair. andis conutains upwards
>f twe'nty roiomis. Thre hocatison is healthy, andl
mec wich siughrt to renduer tire houirse priofitable
si thes eenipanit. Forr particulars, apsply to .Jas.
itIg!omry~~. tire agent of the Graniteville Comn
anny, at that prlace.
Jan 1 2t 5i0
R A N A W AY fromr tire stubseriber on tire 2-.th
oft Oem ber lanst, a necgro man namreri CA MI
ISRr1DG E. 5 fe.et 10 or 11 inches high, between
1) ansd 55 ye'ars of age. Whecn walkinig is
lidhtly inclinedcr tsr hs'nd forward, arid mrovesa
'anher brriskly. Heo hra- on Iris nse (tihe sidec inot
'een'lected) a sripr, or sliirht deficiency, earsily
liscovernrble. 1llard on, wheni ire went away, a
Esoimesrpun Sack Onit. iIe is believed to be lurk
nre abouit thre nreighbrhloodl of the subscriber's
)lanrtationr. Thre above reward will be parid to
iny persuon whno will apprehiend thre said necro
irds deliver him to tire subhscriberr at iher planita- 1
:ion. fouar mik-ls Noarthr-west sit Edgetield Viliarge,
>r lodge himt ini any jail ini this Statte.
CLA RA LAND~RM.
Jan 1 5t 50 (
To the Afflicted. 1
BOUT tire first of November 1815, the
i Subscribrer commrsenced tire Art of destroy
ig C ANCER WORTS, andi contirnued succes
Frlly runtil .\pril 184t7, when lie was struck wih
thre aficitedi hannd of Providence, wvhrich rendered
him unable to atrtenrd to business of thrat kind.
Marry aipplicartionis have been made wich were
refusedi, aind repeatedly Iris nrfieitionr arid age has I
etrirely aesinrit hrinm if that practice. Within
tire larst twelve mnthrrls ire Iras received several
letters fr'omn his friends, containing small armoruts
of mionrey, startinig their namre and thec partienr!ar
placee they arc arfilietedh, whlichr is all that ire wish
es to knowv. lie tarkes tis nmethod of iinformning
those who have seint in mioney, or who wish to
send, thrat it ire fails to aff.et a cure either by
art sir arpplicationl, Ire will refnds their money t'o
thremi agarin, if threy attend strictly to directioins.
Tis is a practice tarkenr up by tire people wIch
the Subscriber never throuight of.
Potterrsville, Dee 18, 4t 48
Stolen or Strayed
F ROMI tire Subscriber arborit tire 2Oth or 28th
LofNove~mber, a large BLACK MARE.
frill 16 hndnss high. long taril, marks of hrarnress
on shosuluders ansd sides, having run inr starge seve
ral years. Any information respecting- said
rare will be thnnktfuly received, arid all reason
arble expenses parid by R. WARD.
Loitt's P. 0.. S. C.. Dec 25 31 25
ilT suouthr Carsslinian ansd Auigusta Constitu
tionialist copy twice- weekly aind forward ae'ts.
TrOLLEt) before rme, by Nancy Thromson,
I living thirty niis Nsorthr of Eslgefieldi C.
TI., one BA Y MARE MULE, thirteen years,
old, right eye otut-no oilier miarks discovered.
A pra~iseds art fots do' illars.
LEWIS CULIATIJ, M. E. D.
Dee 18 w4mr 48
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
WHOLEALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &0,
UNDER THE U. S. HOTEL AUGUSTA, GA.
3. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
- ri. of Readyllad4Clothing ever offered in this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
and mosr improved styles of manufactue.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Eiy" Country Merchants, and all.persons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to
call nnd-examine our Stock for themselves
Augusta, Sept.23 dk 36
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN
FOREIGN, FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
290 Broad-Street, Augusta, Ga.,
Y AVE jnst received one of the RICHEST. LARGEST and CHEAPEST Fall Stocks
of elegant Dry Goods, they have ever offered in this Market, having been purchased
from the direct Importers and Manufnetories for CASH, and selected with great care as
regards richness of style and texture, we feel confident In saying to those visiting our City,
that we enn offer
. SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS,
Both in QUALITY and PRICE, which will well repay a special visit to our different Do.
partments. There will be found in our
Dress Goods Department,
Rich Elegant Brocade, Plaid, Watered, Plain and Chene SILKS,'new and beautiful styles
Plaid, Watered and Brocade Irish POPLINS, TABINETTS and SATINES,
Beautiful White Watered SILKS and SATTINS, Colored and Black Ture SATTINS,
Rich Black Broende SILKS, of new and splendid styles, from 81 00 to 85 00, per yard,
Plain Black SILKS; of all widths and prices. In our
4loak and Shawl Department,
Will be found Rich elegant Bl'k, Blue, Brown, Royal Purple and Green Velvot CLOAKS
of the hat est Parisian style,
Brocade, Satin and Merino CLOAKS,
Black. and Colored:,Plain, Figured and Watered MANTLLAS, SACQUES and MAN
TILETTS. new and handsome styles,
Embroidered and PVain Crape SHAWLS, of chaste and elegant Embroidery.
Rich Figured Cashmere SHAWLS, Plaid, Woolen Long and Square SHAWLS, Black
and Mode, with rich heavy Silk fringe.
Collars, Cuffs, Sleevec, Shiemisetts, Muslin and Lace Capes, Plain and Embroidered Lin.
en Caibric. Hankerchiefs, New Swiss and Jaconet Trimuings, Thread, Linnen, Cot
ton and Lisle-bIces, Kid, Silk and Woolen Gloves,
Black Miixed Shate ad-White Hose, Black and WVhite Silk- Hose, Raw Silk, Ingrane and
........... Linens and Danmask.
Real Undress Trish LINNEN, Linnen DAMASK, 10, 11 and 12.4 Linen SHEETING
Diapers, Toweling and Satin, Damnask Table Cloths, warrented pure Linnen,
Rich Emibrosed Imo ahid Tabhe Covers. .a
Bleached and Unbilenebied HJOMESPUNS, Wire TwIst Bleached Long Cloths, New
York Mills, 12-4 Alandeal Sheeting, A. C. A. Tickinag,
Blue, Yellow. Pink',Red and White Flannuels, Fine Silk, Wool and Cotton Flannelsi,
11, 12, 13 :and 15.4 inze French Ribbon, Blound Blankets, 83 to $-20 per pair,
IHeavy Negro Blankets, very ceep, Heavy Osnaburgs, Kerseys at Factory pnees, &c.
Carpets and Rugs,
Velvel Tepestrv, Brusseln, Three Ply. Ingrane, Woolen and Cotton CARPETING, of
rich and eieg:tutt tes, with RUGS to miatch.
Geintleuanen and Boys Wear.
Fine Twiled Black, Brown, Blue, Green and Olive BROAD CLOTHS, Black and Col'd
Doe Skin Cassimneres. Satinets, T weeds, Jnnes, Beaver Cloths, &c., &.c., with a great
variety of othe-r articles, to which we respectfully invite the attention oaf the public.
Augusta, Oct. 27, 1851. tf 41
- Election Notice, tt fSut aoia
NOTICE~ is herebyd iven that an Electin ED FIDDSTC.
. will be held on the 2nd Monday in Jannu- i QIY
ry next, to fill the vaenneies about to oenr i:on VShmptardoes,
tihe Omeies of Cr;ERK, ORDINARY andlt.Priin
SII ERIFF, for Edgetield District.JeeShmeranohr.
Thme Polls will be opened for one day only.- XOIEi eeygvn htb iteo
Thme Manar-rs will meet at Edlgefield Court I nodrfotteCuto muti
[louse or the Wcdnesday following, count cutthsceIstlpredtoelattele
thme votes and declare the Election,.eiec fJh cumet e'. nSt
T G B A(CON, Clerk. udytetnhdyo aur mxtm
11 41 relettfsaddcsecostigoon
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN Alubetato.adcotiigsvnhu
~~~~~~~~EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,.nteDsrc n tt frsiotSld
IN ORDINR: RiverJo nded Schmprth Sand otherivr E
field istrict. Jaeserchampet and ohnrs.Shnpet
WherasJoh Wesey arr hasappied an oderba ofro Wthe ouofEityi
to e fr Lttes o Adaiuistatin, n altid as ill berold in sehreetstherate
'ati sinula thegood an chatlesrirsidce as Nos. 1Schumper3, aeodi o
and redis o Catarie 31 Bar laeuofdl y p tswhiceh ill be exhibite onet the
Disric afresiddecasre ale 'etaeo.f sai eeesdossing theehnde and
Theseareherefre, o cit andadmonshbtety-nin (329 lacrsd 2 containing vnhn
all and singular, the kidred and crdtrsf w udedventwhele (21) acres. No.uate
trie, tohe olde atErlgtie Cort use theaisti land ill e lnaforei o ned
on Oh N tHdayL, Esqiu ary et o shwEdge-yar rm h o aei w
to me. forly i L tte sa Administration el ana ntlet-h eodis~l
anitd redts be gratae. Baraeoft entoboniersfomheietert
Givesear tereo, my hand and admon tisth ntmmn al uecp ot ob ~i
allh ad Decemer, thindtr and criord incof uchs oe o escrdb
one tosamid eihed t re d and bfifoe e, it dqiaesue
ann the seveny-sxha of Janunrynet, to - showOI~KN, . .E.
dende. D nycwy20esai4Amiisraio
sholno 118e grated.DEFEDDITIT
4 tho Debed to the Estat of or B.LordmB.Don
A inteseet-ixhyaro mria.n
dependence. JOHNd. HILLuete to . aE. D. ih r rifn a d Ij in , 4c
medat layletamd hos hviigdemi by t Iands C. Bennett PerSuhJ ylnso
M. W. LLES, PrsJames erhant~ Rcad John W.d ScLmewitC
Dec 18 4t 48 n limitbans of Wae nmoto Bofuknight
and la~n intife solcitre sr
Noti ~pace.ldre tatse o1 pland, aerordnguto
~ dcc',., areremiuie to amthe pbic wil eeite o the saiy bil
payent anl tosehaingdenand topr sa wlle. take 1r canng resaagi thueman
thenpropelyeateytedineS (329 aTre.INS. E continin
MAY LOA.t. 9 3mde ndtev (828arsN.3
- Mackerel. TL'acrS mrecie 1 Dess. es hoc Ms
T LTT rceird alarg lo of o. , 2and trwo yeas fvtranme tohey of speio inatwo
3 MCKREL i Kis nd al equals ty. nury It.nrsalmenth e eodyntl
and or alel~yS. E IIS. .S. O . PIN, . E .D
Hamurg Ot 1 tD3eo 30 4tf 49
THOMAS W. LANHAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
WILLIAM 11. MOSS,
THOMAS G. BACON,
For Tax Collector
SA3MPSON B. MAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
HENRY H. HILL,
JOIIN QUATTLE BUM,
.B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
NEW FAIULY GROCERY!
PHE Undersigned having formed a Co-Part
i.nership for the purpose of conducting a
aeneral Family Grocery Business,
n the Village of Edgefield, in the Store House
nth sidle of M*r. B. C. BRYAN's Store, respect
Iully invite their friends and the public generally
0 give thei a call. Their Stock consists in
art, of the following articles:
Porto Rico Sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Clarified " Cinnamon and Cloves
Crushed ' whole and ground,
?ulverized " Mace and Nutimegs,
Loaf " White and Blue Starch,
Laguira Coffee, Turpentine Soap,
Jva " Soda "
Janmica " Colgate's Family Soap,
Rio - Shaving "
Black, Tysen,Gunpow- Variety of Fancy "
der and Imperial Teas Casteel "9
Refined Syrup Molasses Sand Balls "
West India " Segars and Tobacco,
New Orleans " Byas' London Porter,
Buckwheat Flour, Scotch Ale,
Baltimore " Adamantine Candles,
do Cured Hams. Sperm "
Pig Hams cured this rall Tallow "
,ard, first quality, Xinter str'd Lamp Oil,
ickled Beer and Pork, White Wine, clarified,
Dried " 1and Cider Vinegar,
Smoked Tongues, Assorted Candies,
Mackerel, N'o 1, 2, 3, Bananas, Pine A pples,
" in Kitts, Oranges, Lenons,
;al1mond " Apples, fresh Raisins,
ickledl Shal, Prunes, Currents,
Dried Cod Fish, Citron and Cranberries,
Fresh Clams. Soft shell Almonds,
Lbsters and Sardines, Brazil Nuts,
Fresh Rice. new crop English Walnuts,
rable and Sack Salt, Filberts,
Gshen Butter, Walnut and Tomatto
Irish Potatoes, Pepper Sauce,
White Beans, American Pickles,
So.la Biscuit, London "
Butter Crnekers, Brass Round Bucketts,
swet Crackers, Painted "
Wine " " Tubs,
3abbett's Yeast Powd'r IKeelers and Brooms.
Added to the above is a splendid assortment of
Cordials, Syrhups, Brandy Fruits,
WVines anid Liquors,
All of which will be sold on the. most rcasona
le terams for CASK!
As we intend doing Business exclusively for
hawe feel warranted in saying to those who
nay favour us with a call, that we can do as well
or themi as can be doane anyvwhmere else.
110LLINGS WORTH & NICHOLAS.
Nov'embe~r 0, tr 42
OWING to the high price of provisions thec
following terms 'f Boardling will be regnir
d at thme SP.\NN I hOTE L, fur the next year,
:onmneneing fruom date.
Board of IHorses per single feed - - SO0 37
"'" " month - - 15 00
" of Personms, thme same as heretofore.
Thmis House wiill be kept with the best order
na decency, so as to give satisfaction to Ladies
Nov 20 tf 44
Land for Sale !
T E Subscribers ofyers at private sale, the
tract of land whlereon lhe now resides,
~ontaining three hundred acres, of which there
< about one hundred acres in woods, the bal
nee in a thor'ough state of cultivation.
Also, another tract containing five hudred
nd twenty-three acres, lying on thme Anderson
tod, near Good lIope Church, which consists
ntirely of woodland Landi.
Dec 4 t f 461
Land for Sale.
[ Would be glad to sell one hundred acres of
ithe tract of land on which I live. What I
ropose to part with is all woodland, and pie
~isly four miles from the Village, on the Co
umbia Hond-an excellent situation foir a pleas
nt residence. A. SIAIKhNS.
Dee 10 tf 47
Lands for Sale !
T HE Undersigned wishing to move West
offers for sale their Tracts of Land-one
~otaiing Five hundred and forty-five (545)
cres, and the other Four hundred and four
404) acres-lyingon Beech Creek, (a braneh
f thme Edisto,) on the old Columbia Road.
On the premises arc two situations with good
wellings and all necessary outbuildings. Also,
n excellent Mill Scat with a Gin and Thrasher
n it, already in operation. For terms apply to
AUSALO~I HORNE, or
Dec 2'It 49
p ERSONS indebted to the Sebscriber are re
quested to make immediato paynment to Mr.
ohn Middleton, as longer indulgenee cannot be
~iv- G. TENNENT.
Nov 18 3m 44
Buckwheat Flour, &c.
J UST received a splendid lot of new BUCK
WIIE AT PR EMIUM FLOUR.
A large supply of BA CON SIDE..
Also, an excellent lot of choice LIQ UORS,
for sale byS. E. BOWERS.
SHamburg, Oct 16 if 3
J UST received, a-Fine lot of Malaga Grapes,
C Sicily Lemons and fine WY. I. Oranges, also
resh Raisens amnd Cturtents at 15 cents per
ound. For sale by
HOLLINGSWORTHI & NICHOLAS.
De c40,t f 47
J UST received an assortment of Brushes, viz
UStiperjior Shaving Brushes,
Paint Blrushmes, all sizes,
All of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
G. L. PENN, Aug'r.
N.o2 ir .45
E Da $l E L D
FOR YOUNG LAIBI!
REV. CHARLES A. BAYNOND
T IIE Second Session will conmence on the
9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate themseves, their
friends and the public, onl what they now con
sider the permanent establishment af sa institu.
tion of learning of so high a character in theIr
DistricL The benefits whiehtheir own children,
with others; iavo experienced during the pest
Session, enables them with the greater confi
aence, to recommend the Institutios to the pat
ronage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
tember last, with thirty-oue Pupils, and bas
ince been gradually increasing. It is confident
ly expeeted that the number in attendance will
be greatly increased during the next Session.
The Institute building now contains seven
rooms, all of which have been built, and are
used, for purposes of Instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of Map;.
Anatomical Charts, Globes, &e ; a Museum of
Natural hlistory; a Cabinet of Mineuslsiand
Shells; furnish unusual facilities for sequirmb
a practical knowledge of the different "iWa7 .
The course of Study is of an ekvated chara
ter, and more comprehensive, than that of mest
reimale institutions of the highest reputation.
The Parcmrardevotes the who* of his tum
o the superiision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experienced in thefr diffe
rent Departments, and those only of Inown.sue
ess in teaching are employed.
The Aendemical year is diviaed into Sessions
>f 14 weeks eeh. It ii of great importance
hat the student be present at the commence
nent of the Session. The Classes are then
ormed, and a few weeks dielhy may affect tMe
itanding of the pupi throughout the year.
For Tuition in the Primary Department,. lst Di
vision, per Fession,.. .....5 00
" Tuition in the Prinary D-partment,
2nd Division................ . 3:00
" Tuition in the A cademic Department, 12 00
" " Collegiate " 15 00
Lessons'on the Piano and uso of Instrum'nt 18 00
\Iodern Languages, each,................. 8 00
Drawing and Sketching from Nature,..... 8 00
Painting in Oils, Portrait and Landscape, 15 00
Use of Apparatus..... ............ " fM
Fuel and care of Buildings,............. 50
Good Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, washing, fuel,
&e., at (per month)............. 10' 00
Pupils entering near the niiddle or elhse of
,f the Session, are charged from the time of
-ntranee to the end of the Session. No dedbe
ion for absence, or other causes, but at the dis
!retion of the Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &c., arc payable at tile
,lose of each Session.
Books. Stationary and Music, can be oitaihed'
n the Village at reasonable prices.
The Department of Musie is undler tIe super
rision of one of tie uost accurate and accom
,lished teachers in the State; and it is believed
hat unusual facilities are aflhrded for aequiring
i thorough knowledge of this difieult science.
In addition to regular private lessons, the pupils
n this department are divided into classewi and
taught on the plan of Pestalirmi:
They devote much time to exeroisee. ated
to train the car. and the voice, and' to impart an
eay and brilliant execution..
If they pursue tihe prescribed' equrse of'miusi
eal instruction, they acqjuire the art of sending
mtuaie with facility.
They are required to lie regular andy syatemat- ~
ie int practising daily at thte Institute.
The training amnd cultivation of thme vo,
receive an junusual degree of attention. The
science of Elocution is here applied', in d'evelop
ing the voice for singing, with great efreetr.
The Institution has been almost weekly visited
by a large number of the Ihhdies and' gentticmen
oour village, who have invariably expressed
lthe highest degree of satiLsfuetion, n wlhat they
have hteard and seen of' thle profici'eney' of the
Pupils and the arrangement of the lbstituite.
And the Trustees have otnly to add ill onnelu
.ion, thtat while in their opinion, there are many
institutionts of learning deservedly popular in our
state, yet there are none which enan furnish
trenter or more substatii advantage's to young
Ladies than that under the charge of'5fr. Rlay- -
N. L. GRTFFIN. 1 '
EDMUND PESNN, *
R. T. MIMS. ' .
Edgefield C. II., Dec. 4 1851. if 46
A LL~ persons indebted to tlie etate of J1. A.
LIPerrin, dee'd., are requesteJ to make im
nedhiate paymnent, and those having demands
Igainstt said estate will present them properly at
ested. A. PERR[N, AJm'r.
Oct. 6 6mt 38
'T'IOSE indebted to the estate of R. IT.
..Nicholls, dee'd., wvill. please make immedi
Ito payment, and htis creditors will retnder in
.heir elaimts forthtwitht.
II. R. SPA NN, Adm'r.
Nov 20 tf 44
, LL~ persons indebted to the Estate of Eliza
LI beth Carter, dee'dl., are requested to make
mtmediate payment, attd those having demands
Igainst said Estate will present them properly at
ested. A. J. R AMBO, Adm'r.
AugustT 6m* ~ 29
AS I DESIRE to devote my attention to the
-I practice of Law, exclusively, I will sell my
touse (SPANN hOTEL) upon'a credit of four
rears, wvitht interest-or rent it upon chleap terms
a a good tenant.
\IL. R. SPANN.
Nov 13 \ tf 43
ALL~ persons itndebted to the estate of Lewis
Collins, dee'd., are reqticested to make im
mediate payment, and thlose having demands
againtst tihe same to present them properly at
tested. J. A. COLLINS, Adm'r.
Oct. 80 tI 41
JUST received a largec supply of Extra and
tJPure WVHITE LEAD, of the very best
matke, for sale eep for Cash, by
G. L. PENN, Aonrsr.
Oet 20 tf 41
T HOSE indebted to thle Estate of A. B. Ad
didoh, fle'. either by note or open ac
count, tray settle with the Subscribers by the
15th of January next, after that, thme business
tvtll be transferred to the hands of an officeer.
G. A. ADDISON,
E. J. MIMS. Ex'ors.
Dec 4 6t 46
A LL~ those indebted to the estate of William
BiIussey, dee'd., are requested to make im
mediate paymentt and those having demands
will present them properly attested.
CALEB TA LLEY, Adi'r.
Dec 26 3m 49